The pony was one of the most popular hairstyle trends of 2021. After all, a pony can be used to make a type change very easily, and that's what we longed for after a long time in lockdown. At the same time, the bangs are not a drastic change that comes across as too extreme. So perfect for everyone who wanted to try something different without looking totally crazy. And of course, that also applies to 2022. But be careful before you start the scissors: not every pony goes with every hair structure. Experts reveal which bangs go best with your hair.
The fully grown bangs reach over the eyebrows and are tiered. Straight, fine hair immediately looks a little fuller with these bangs. For even more volume: blow-dry the hair outwards with a round brush or for the undone effect, ruffle your fingers through your hair and blow-dry it at the same time. Since fine hair tends to be greasy quickly (especially on thinned fringes), treat the bangs with a dry shampoo between washes.
Curtain Bangs - the bangs are cut like a curtain and gently step into the side hair from the middle - they are perfect for thick, wavy hair. Because the side steps and the different hair lengths on each side ensure that the pony does not have the lord-helmet effect, but gives the thick hair an airy structure. You can create additional lightness by slightly blow-drying the hairstyle trend in the 70s style with a round brush - a bit like the legendary Farrah-Fawcett look.
The less you have to style with curly hair, the better. With straight-cut bangs that reach a little above the eyebrows, the hair has the chance to put itself into its natural structure all by itself. Use your fingers to also place your hair in the desired direction while blow-drying. Caution! Curls dry out faster than other hair structures. This is why the following applies in particular to the curly hairstyle trend: Provide extra shine and moisture with a nourishing serum.